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Judge says Apple may take bite out of profit

A US judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple’s agreement to pay $450 million (R4.9 billion) to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices. ||| Nate Raymond New York A US judge on...Show More Summary

Mark Cuban Takes Shot At NFL For Its Opposition To Sports Betting

14 hours agoSports : Deadspin

On Friday, a judge shot down a New Jersey law that would have allowed sports betting, to the satisfaction of the four major American sports leagues, all of which opposed it—and all of which profit immensely from bettors' interest. As Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said of every owner and executive, including himself, "we're the world's biggest hypocrites." Read more...

Judicial elections getting more political with new campaign spending

19 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

In a season of rough campaign attack ads, the one aimed at a North Carolina judge was among the roughest.

SPYING: Local judge unseals hundreds of highly secret cell tracking court records; Stingray docs un…

SPYING: Local judge unseals hundreds of highly secret cell tracking court records; Stingray docs unsealed by North Carolina judge could prompt wave of new appeals. “According to the Charlotte Observer, the records seem to suggest that judges likely did not fully understand what they were authorizing. Law enforcement agencies nationwide have taken extraordinary steps to […]

Stars and Scars -- You Be the Judge

Bill Cosby's life is unraveling with the resurfacing of old rape allegations and new ones. Concerts have been cancelled and TV shows have been pulled. So we gotta ask...

Federal judge denies sports betting in New Jersey

A federal judge ruled Friday night that New Jersey cannot partially lift a prohibition on sports betting in an effort to boost its struggling horse racing and casino industries, a finding Gov.

Federal judge strikes down latest New Jersey attempt at sports betting

The powers-that-be in New Jersey continue to swing and miss when it comes to circumventing federal law that prevents the legalization of gambling there. According to the Associated Press, Judge Michael Shipp has ruled that the latest effort by New Jersey to legalize sports betting at race tracks and casinos cannot proceed. “We are going…

Lucky Break! ‘RHONJ’ Stars Jacqueline & Chris Laurita Get Reprieve In Bankruptcy Trial As Judge Approves Extension

At last, some good legal news for a Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member! has learned that Jacqueline and Chris Laurita have been given a last-minute reprieve in… READ ON

Deal Judge: We’re Going To Need A New Master of Coin

Ed. note: This is a new weekly column by Elie Mystal, Managing Editor of Above the Law Redline, wrapping up the week that was in law and finance. Elie is not a practicing attorney, and anything he says that you listen to can and will be used against you. Show More Summary

A Judge Says the NYPD Has to Open Up About Its Spying on Muslims

Despite the best efforts of the New York Police Department, we may soon know more than ever about its systematic efforts to spy on New York City's Muslim population. The state supreme court ordere?d the NYPD on Monday to respond to a...Show More Summary

Apple $450 Million E-book Settlement Gets Final Court Approval

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple Inc's agreement to pay $450 million to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices. During a hearing in Manhattan, U.S. Show More Summary

Court dismisses suit by man who fell off chair in lawyer’s office

New Jersey: Monmouth County Superior Court Judge Dennis O’Brien has granted summary judgment to the defendant law firm of Wolff, Helies, Duggan Spaeth and Lucas and dismissed Thomas Hickey’s suit over his injuries in falling off a reclining chair in its office during a deposition. Show More Summary

Top Stories: Some Guantanamo Detainees Moved; Aereo Bankrupt

2 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Also: Secretary of State John Kerry leaves nuclear talks with Iranian negotiators; a federal judge will soon decide a New Jersey sports betting case; and the NFL's Buffalo game will move to Detroit.

Washington state man convicted of molestation freed after accuser recants

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A Washington state man convicted of child molestation nearly two decades ago was freed from prison on Thursday after a judge ordered a new trial because his accuser recanted her story, court officials said. Jerry Lee Brock, 55, was convicted in 1995 of first-degree molestation charges stemming from...

116. Sarah, Elyse & Sarah MacLean: Historical Romance, Regency Pools and NPR

In this episode, Elyse and Sarah interview Sarah MacLean, New York Times bestselling author of historical romance. We talk about Billionaire Dinosaurs, but more about her upcoming book, Never Judge a Lady by her Cover, which comes out Tuesday, 25 November. We cover identity, the need for Regency pool boys, and the strange ways MacLean’s book has appeared as... Continue reading ?

Judge To Rule If Phrase ‘Under God’ Is Discriminatory Against Atheists

New Jersey Superior Court Judge David Bauman will soon rule as to whether the phrase “under god” in the pledge of allegiance is discriminatory against atheists. The local school district is pressing the judge to throw out the lawsuit saying that the pledge is voluntary. Show More Summary

Company culture is increasingly important – to customers

It’s pretty well recognised now that a strong company culture helps bring success to a business, but what’s new is that a company’s culture is starting to matter to consumers. Moreover, whilst shareholders may judge a company’s culture on how much it contributes to good execution, customers judge it on ethical grounds. Hence, for [...]

EXCLUSIVE! Brandi Glanville, Tamra Judge, & More Real Housewives Get Real Candid About Teresa Giudice's Jail Time!

We've had a whole season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey focused on Teresa Giudice's prison sentence and what her other cast mates thought about her criminal acts. But, we were always pretty curious about what housewives from other cities thought about Teresa and Joe's law-breaking. Well, now we know! We got some exclusive interviews with Brandi [...]

Today, a Judge Heard Arguments That Could Put an End to Saying the Pledge of Allegiance in New Jersey Schools

The American Humanist Association's Appignani Humanist Legal Center announced earlier this year that it had filed a lawsuit against the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District in Monmouth County, New Jersey. If successful, the lawsuit would put an end to saying the Pledge of Allegiance in the state's public schools. Show More Summary

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